R.A.F. Witchford Display of Memorabilia open for Remembrance weekend and entry is free

PUBLISHED: 14:47 09 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:47 09 November 2018

Cllr Elaine Griffin-Singh, with Sue Aldridge and the book Memories of RAF Witchford.

Cllr Elaine Griffin-Singh, with Sue Aldridge and the book Memories of RAF Witchford.


The R.A.F. Witchford Display of Memorabilia will be open this weekend and entry is free.

Formerly RAF Witchford airfield, the display opens on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 November from 10am till 4pm.

Some ex 115 squadron airmen and families will be attending the Remembrance service in St Andrew’s Church, Witchford, at 10.30am on Sunday followed by a short service round the 115 squadron memorial on Lancaster Way Business Park at 12noon.

For more information contact Sue Aldridge on 01353 664934 or email suealdridge3@gmail.com


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